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time travel.

Somehow, completely by accident, I have found myself having read three books concerning time travel in somewhat close succession. First was ‘The Time Machine’ by H.G Wells, probably the mother of all time machine canon that exists in the world. 441 more words


Book Review: The Time Machine

I’ve been on a science fiction kick lately and decided it was finally time to go back to how it all began—The Time Machine… 513 more words


Self-Declared Film Snob

Thanks to Bernard Dick’s “Film, space, and image” chapter in Anatomy of Film, I can confidently say I feel like a competent film snob. I think I am well equipped to offer an unwarranted snarky remark about how a certain montage/take/cut method is so overused, just to see who will deliver the gnarliest eye roll.   659 more words

Blog Post #2. Film Jargon

intellectual versatility

“‘It is a law of nature we overlook, that intellectual versatility is the compensation for change, danger, and trouble.”

— H.G. Wells, The Time Machine


sometimes I have to talk in class.

Apparently I am the only one in my uni tutorial group who enjoys reading Jane Austen.
So I am the only one who had read more than half of Northanger Abbey for class. 52 more words


When I Act Like Weird Al

I often awake with a song in my head, but a few years ago, my sleeping self had put different words to the original tune. I’ve finally gotten around to completing what my subconscious mind started. 226 more words


H.G.Wells The Time machine

I have watched both the 1960 film with Rod Taylor and the later film in 2002 with Guy Pearce.  Neither film is based in London as per the original book by H.G.Wells that he wrote back in 1895.   184 more words